The Homeless Christmas Tree
November 19, 2012
to 4 PM
1600 Gendy Street , Fort Worth, TX
The Homeless Christmas Tree is a heart-warming story based on actual events surrounding a funny looking mimosa tree that sits above a busy freeway that connects Fort Worth and Dallas.
The Homeless Christmas Tree is a story about hope, Christmas and an extraordinary city full of caring people. Written by Fort Worth resident Leslie Gordon and featuring beautiful water color illustrations by local artist Court Bailey, The Homeless Christmas Tree embodies the indomitable spirit of Texas.
Leslie will be on hand Monday November 19 to sign the book and tell her story.
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